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Transportation projects for Miami may provide relief

Transportation projects for Miami may provide relief

While some transportation projects seem to take an agonizingly long time, several on the horizon could provide relief sooner, observers say. Mitch Bierman, a partner in the law firm Weiss…

Downtown Miami residential, retail strong

Downtown Miami residential, retail strong

Downtown Miami’s residential and retail markets look strong for 2016, but don’t expect any added office space, observers say. “The office market has tightened,” said Jeff Morris, JLL managing director…

Development in downtown Miami at fast clip

Development in downtown Miami at fast clip

Despite rumors that the real estate boom may be slowing down, development in downtown Miami continued at a fast clip last year. Several residential buildings were to be delivered in…

Legislature’s bills could alter hospital surgery

Legislature’s bills could alter hospital surgery

Two bills currently before the Florida Legislature would have far-reaching consequences for traditional hospitals if they become law, observers say. One would increase the length of time patients could stay…

County flyspecks lease for big film studio

County flyspecks lease for big film studio

“There’s no news, which is probably good news,” on negotiations for a mammoth studio complex comprising 11 sound stages and 4 million cubic feet of water in 10 giant tanks,…

Questions fly on new I-395 bridge

Questions fly on new I-395 bridge

Design-build contracts for a long-awaited “signature bridge,” part of an upgrade of I-395 from west of I-95 to the MacArthur Causeway, will be advertised next year. But Metropolitan Planning Organization…

Project for vacant port land on fast track?

Project for vacant port land on fast track?

A campaign by Miami’s Downtown Development Authority to block any competing use on the county-owned southwest corner of Dodge Island, near PortMiami, seems to be gaining traction. Ken Russell, new…

Tri-Rail’s missing links downtown

Tri-Rail’s missing links downtown

Though for the past few months Tri-Rail’s planned link into downtown Miami has sat on a side track waiting for $17 million from the Florida Department of Transportation to come…

Art buyers flock from abroad for week

Art buyers flock from abroad for week

A visit to Art Basel is a great winter escape, but people who appreciate and buy art aren’t here just to party, observers said. “Art Basel has put Miami on…

Wynwood hosts 80 galleries, collections

Wynwood hosts 80 galleries, collections

While there has been some churn in the market, ever-increasing rents in Wynwood haven’t forced out the galleries and art dealers that made the district famous. “Like any major urban…

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